BBC News Technology : "India backs Aakash 2 tablet-based national education project | Inventer le monde |
India is once again trying to make low-cost computers available to students across the country. The country's president has unveiled an upgraded version of the world's cheapest tablet computer - despite the functionality and distribution problems faced by the device's predecessor.

Made by UK-based Datawind, the "Aakash 2" has a longer battery life and is faster than an earlier version. It is expected to go on sale in about a week, at 2,263 rupees / $40 / £26 / 16€. In a video at the end of the article, Rajini Vaidyanathan looks at the latest Aakash with Prof Phatak…

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